In one of my classes, I was exposed to the most eye opening, hopeful, and purely amazing video that I hope inspires you too!
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It is an article from The New York Times that contains a video documentary of this woman who had to make a tough decision in her past, that was life or death. I will try to explain this without any spoilers, but she had to decide whether to leave her father behind or not. This woman named Klara, was young when the events of WWII were taking place. She just got married and was then reunited with her father at a camp. After that, is where the story takes a turn. Years later, is where the most extraordinary thing occurs.
That gave me chills just hearing about it. Watching this changed my worldview. It makes you realize that there are truly good people in the world, and that everyone's purpose makes a big difference to us all. We all impact each other and are meant to impact each other in different ways.
I urge you to please click and immerse yourself into her world. Learn about her and live by this life of hope. Believe in who you are and what you do.
She came out strong and lived with a weight her entire life. This just shows the impact one person can have over another; relieving Klara of the guilt that has plagued her entire life after her choice. By her side, is one individual who just makes your heart warm up, knowing there is always someone you can count on and have them stand by you, even when the world seems like it is crumbling. Matan Rochlitz does a beautiful job, capturing this story and I thank them for sharing this with the world.
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